The Ohio Governor’s, Thomas Edison Award recognizes Ohio schools and teachers who stimulate scientific student research and technological design. “Lehman Catholic High School and teachers are connecting classrooms to the real world by demonstrating the relevance of STEM.” said Michael E. Woytek, the Academy’s Executive Director.
This sought-after award was initiated to recognize schools and teachers for excellence in STEM education and scientific student research.
'The Lehman Team'
Sister Ginny Scherer
Head of Science Department
The Ohio Academy of Science describes STEM education as both the mastery of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, critical thinking, and problem solving for PK-12 students.
Ron Adler, V.P., Dayton Workforce Partnerships congratulates Lehman Catholic High School. ”This outstanding Sidney high school consistently produces high performing students. They have a power-house science department. That fact was validated when DWP awarded a scholarship to Seth Peoples, a top LCHS graduate who will pursue a degree in electrical engineering at the University of Dayton. DWP is proud to partner with Lehman Catholic High School.”